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Investigations into the method of estimating vitamin E. 2. Further observations on vitamin E deficiency and implantation



Investigations into the method of estimating vitamin E. 2. Further observations on vitamin E deficiency and implantation



Biochem. J, 32: 1298-1301



In further studies on the implantation rates in virgin rats and in rats which had experienced a resorption gestation on a vitamin E deficient diet (see Abst. 4706, Vol. 7), it was found that with rats which had received the deficient diet for the same period the implantation rate was 84 per cent. in virgin animals and only 40 per cent. in those which had previously resorbed. For the latter the minimum dose of vitamin E to secure fertility was also higher. The possibility of damage to the maternal organism by some toxic product from the resorbed embryos is suggested as a cause of the lower implantation rate and lower response to vitamin E.

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